Written by Jude Terror
on Thursday, June 30 2011 and posted in Previews
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Uncanny X-Force #12, from critically acclaimed writer Rick Remender, superstar artists Mark Brooks and Dean White.
X-Force must find a Celestial Life Seed before Archangel succumbs to the darkness within him, but when the alternate reality's twisted versions of Earth's mightiest stand in their way – will they be too late? Can they halt the coming of a new Apocalypse? Find out in Uncanny X-Force #12!
UNCANNY X-FORCE #12 (MAY110691)
UNCANNY X-FORCE #12 KUBERT VARIANT (MAY110692)
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by MARK BROOKS
Colors by DEAN WHITE
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Variant Cover by ADAM KUBERT
Parental Advisory ...$3.99
FOC – 07/04/11, ON SALE – 07/27/11
Source: Press Release
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